Mackay Ride, Aug.
Registered ID OHVs
News Flash – UTVs a hot topic heading into 2008 hunting season.
Traditional News Release
Social Media News Release
recreation is booming in Idaho. More than 100,000 OHVs are registered
in Idaho today and 10,000 additional OHVs are being registered each
year! Because many people enjoy riding OHVs on Idaho’s state and
federal lands, resource managers have created this website to provide
a wide range of information sought after by OHV riders in Idaho. Go digital options trading
Use the links on the left side of this page to find out about:
• How to register
• How to use
your OHV during hunting season
• Riding and
how to ride your OHV
• OHV trail
riding opportunities throughout Idaho
• The Idaho
OHV Public Outreach Campaign
OHV trail maps
and other information are still being added, so check back often.
USE YOUR POWER RESPONSIBLY...
OHV recreation is a great sport. But when ridden irresponsibly,
OHVs can impact the wonderful natural resources we all value and
share. Cross-country travel is especially harmful because it can
increase soil erosion, ignite wildfire, spread noxious weeds and
damage wildlife habitat.
The improper use of OHVs can also hurt people. More adults and children
sustain serious injuries each year as participation in OHV recreation
continues to grow.
OHVs are powerful machines. If misused, OHV access to public land
could be affected. Use your power responsibly. Stay on trails. Wear
your helmet and ride safely. The future of OHV recreation is in
your hands and your actions will make a difference.
Mountain Trail, 2005